Noha Nagui graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in 1992. Her visual experience revolves around interactions between human and time, through using mixed mediums in cumulation starting with drawing, painting, transferring or even soft sculpting, These mediums intertwine in a state such as contemporary human state, the intertwine appears as traces that formed the human being, or as life experiences that piled up to reform the
mental and physical state of the human being, as in her Exhibition ‘Impossibilities’ 2015, or the impact of a specific period of time on the form and composition of a society like in her Exhibition ‘The Open Door’ 2017, opening a visual state throughout social classes, leaving an emotionally inherited vision from the 50s and 60s. Sometimes these interactions appear
in the collision between woman and nature, as the mother becomes a mediator through the environment from nature to human in her experience ‘The Cachett’ 2018. It may also appear as the pressure that falls on the human individually and collectively like her contribution in the Dakar International African Art Biennale 2018 ‘Mind The Step’. Recently, it started
appearing in an interlocking relationship between human and complicated digital environment as a replacement for nature searching for the similarity of a human and modern spider web.